Thank you for the designs and congratulations on being selected as one of the winning designs!
Designer was very responsive and paid attention to what was needed in the requirements.
Ricky did a phenom project!! He is always willing to listen to criticism and bring out the best in his work! I wish him massive success!!
How greg.dion started their t-shirt journey
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the t-shirt?
The T-Shirt will represent Sugarloaf Bike Park located at Sugarloaf Provincial Park in New Bruswick Canada. Check out http://www.parcsugarloafpark.ca/bikepark to get familiar with our Bike Park and the experience we offer. The clothing will be sold in our retail/rental shop. The T-Shirt should appeal to downhill mountain bike enthusiast of all ages. They tend to look for cool, edgy, stylish and sporty designs that typically appeal to the outdoor enthusiast and thrill seeker. Our biggest demographic of customers are males 15 to 40
The design should be relevant to the exhilarating feeling of downhill mountain. It should appeal to our clients that want to brag about their experience or simply purchase a souvenir of their visit. Several mountain bike clothing brands, like Dakine, Fox Head, or any modern t-shirt company like Oneill, Billabong, Hurley etc... can be referenced to inspire ideas.
The logo is NOT a required part of the design. If it can be integrated somehow into the design it would nice. Any color can be used to blend in with T-Shirt base color and design style. The name "Sugarloaf" and "NB" must be on T-Shirt. The name doesn't have to be focus of design, can be small and subtle.
What to avoid
T-Supplier informed me that the design must be within a 13 inch by 17 inch area. It cannot cross over onto the sleeves or wrap around the sides.